2023, VOL. 9 ISSUE 3, PART D
This study was conducted to investigate and to explore into the social adjustment of college going students to assess if any difference exists in the social adjustment of the students in terms of gender, to find out whether area of residence affect the social adjustment of the respondents, to observe whether there is difference in the social adjustment of the students in terms of type of family and to assess the social adjustment of the college students. The method of the study employed in the present paper is survey method. The sample of the study consists of 200 college going students. 100 each of male and female were selected from the four different colleges of Imphal West district, namely, G.P. Women’s College, Regional College, Manipur College and D.M. College of Science, Manipur were considered. Random sampling method was chosen in order to select the sample. The tool used for conducting the present study was the standardized tool, “Adjustment Inventory for College Students (AICS)” developed by AKP Sinha and RP Singh (2012). The present finding reports that there is no much difference in gender, the socio-demographic variables such as types of residence, father’s education, mother’s education, father’s occupation, mother’s occupation and type of family with some variations.